Beware! This is an old news item from EGX 2019.
For the fourth consecutive year, Tranzfuser will be bringing the best graduate games development teams to EGX to showcase their prototypes. New to this year, the latest round of funded companies from the UK Games Fund will also be on the stand!
Each Tranzfuser team has worked hard throughout the summer as part of a UK-wide competition, developing their skills as well as a playable demo of their game. With 12 Tranzfuser teams and 17 Round 5 companies taking part, we have something for everyone on the stand, including multiplayer games, RPGs, VR and cute character-led titles. Players can not only share valuable feedback with the teams, but also take part in a public vote on their favourite Tranzfuser game.
Here are the teams and games that will be showcased on this year's Tranzfuser stand:
- Forgotten Sea, BetaJester Ltd
- Escape From Citytron!, Bonzrat Ltd
- SKELETON CREW, Cinder Cone Ltd
- Just Breathe, Engine House VFX Ltd
- Cultivate: Before Time, Fox Tor Games
- Scramble! Battle Of Britain, James Makes Games Ltd
- Paradise Killer, Kaizen Game Works Ltd
- Dance.io, LoveShark Ltd
- Aaero 2, Mad Fellows
- QB Cubed, Madowl Games Ltd
- Tales from the Floating World, Meteor Pixel Ltd
- Alula, Miracle Tea Studios Ltd
- Xenosis: Alien Infection, NerdRage Studios Ltd
- Kissy Kissy, Pretty Digital Ltd
- The Glass Ceiling Games, Story Juice Ltd
- Warp Drive, Supergonk Ltd
- Murder At Malone Manor (MaMM), Whitepot Studios Ltd
- Project: S.A.M., MediaShake
- Prismagic: The Song of the Seventh Sister, Spook Ink Studios
- Sai, Mutiny Studios
- Heads 'n' Tails: Pet Shop, Milksop Games
- Paper Pirates, Iteration Games
- Shatter, Starman Interactive
- Wings of Reality, Fusebox Inc.
- Recoil, Superiority Complex
- Ready, Set, Sumo!, Biscuit Sandwich Games
- Hypochondrinomicon, Disco Reptile
- Bagheads, Treasure Map Tales
- Cat out of the Casket, WagTails
Tranzfuser is the only UK-wide talent competition with a direct link to a prototype fund which is funded by the UK Government. Teams will not only be showcasing their prototypes but pitching to secure UK Games Fund grant of up to £25,000. You can follow the teams progress during the competition on twitter and facebook.